Image Usage Terms

Last Updated: 17.11.2022

Welcome to our ipic1 Digital Art (CGI) terms of service (“Image Usage Terms”).

These Image Terms, along with our Terms and Conditions, cover your licensing of any ipic1 images via the Services (“Licensed Images”). Any capitalized terms not defined in these Image Terms have the meanings set forth in our Terms and Conditions.

What does a “Commercial” license mean?

You can use our commercial content in advertising, marketing, apps, websites, social media, TV and film, presentations, newspapers, magazines and books, and product packaging, among hundreds of other uses.

What does an “Editorial” license mean?

Editorial License means a photo or a digital art image that is intended for non-commercial use only (e.g. as a news press release) and appears under the Editorial tab/section or is marked as “Editorial”.

Where and how can I use watermarked images?

Watermarked images are provided for private use only so that you can get a feel for how an image would look on one of your pages. You cannot otherwise use any watermarked images. Notably, that means you cannot display them on public sites, or otherwise share them with others.

For how long can I use Licensed Images?

No time limit.

Refund policy for Licensed Images?

We do not provide refunds on purchases of Licensed Images.

Usage limits

You may not sell, modify, re-use or re-sell Licensed Images and you may not remove metadata from, reverse engineer, decompile, disassemble, download, republish, retransmit, reproduce or make any other use of the images made available through the Getty Images integration except as expressly permitted under the Agreement or these Image Terms.

Termination of license

If you use a Licensed Image which features a person in a way that a reasonable person would find offensive, unflattering or controversial, you will include a statement that: 

  1. the Licensed Image is being used “for illustrative purposes only”; and 
  2. the person in the Licensed Image is a model.